Cwmduad nestles in the valley of the Teifi River which meanders through historic Newcstle Emlyn, Cenarth with its famous falls and the old market town of Cardigan, where it joins the beautiful Cardigan Bay known for its seals and dolphins.
A short journey from the village will enable you to enjoy breathtaking scenery at the spectacular beaches of Tenby and Saundersfoot and along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. You may prefer to travel to the Preseli Mountains, the Heritage Centre or, the National park of the Brecon Beacons.
In nearby Llanarthne is a special Millennium development in the form of the National Botanical Gardens of Wales – the first major botanic garden in the U.K. for over a century.
Take a step back in time at the museum of the Welsh Woollen Industry, or take a trip to Laugharne – renowned worldwide for its association with Dylan Thomas.
The bustling county town of Carmarthen with its shops, museums, theatre and leisure centre is just 8 miles away.
Clearly visitors, who chose to stay at Yr Afon Duad Inn in Cwmduad, will find themselves in the midst of a wealth of attractions that will surely make their stay pleasurable whatever they may enjoy doing.
Situated near Llanarthne, this £43million scheme is one of the most ambitious enviromental projects ever attempted in the UK and the epitome of sustainable tourisum. It is the first new major botanic gardn in the UK for over a century and is dedicated to conservation, horticulture, science, education leisure and the arts.
Where Dylan spent the last four years of his life and now a tribute and memorial to the writer.
Here in the Boat House overlooking the Tâf Eastuary, Dylan wrote some of his most famous works including Under Milk Wood!
Visit its market to buy local produce and specialities. It proudly displays a wide variety of food, including wonderful local cheeses, antiques and local crafts. Meet the local people, visit its livestock mart where you can hear the local banter and soak in the atmosphere.